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Polaris - Day

Also known as the ‘Northern Star’. Polaris has been used as a navigation tool in the Northern Hemisphere for centuries. It is the brightest star in the Ursa Minor constellation.
#Classic frame
#Suits all faces
DAY lens to be worn during day time whenever exposed to artificial lighting ,cellphones, laptops etc.

These frames are some of the lightest on the market, coming in at only 28g. Perfect for all day wear

Vega - Day

The brightest blue star in the Lyra constellation (known as the Harp). Vega is also the 5th brightest of all the stars in our night sky.
Vega is almost directly overhead in mid-northern latitudes on mid-summer nights.
#A more sophisticated frame
DAY lens to be worn during day time whenever exposed to artificial lighting ,cellphones, laptops etc.

These frames are some of the lightest on the market, coming in at only 28g. Perfect for all day wear.

Polaris - Night

Also known as the ‘Northern Star’. Polaris has been used as a navigation tool in the Northern Hemisphere for centuries. It is the brightest star in the Ursa Minor constellation.
#Classic frame
#Suits all faces
NIGHT Lens to be worn 2-3 hours before bed time to optimize sleep.

These frames are some of the lightest on the market, coming in at only 28g.

Vega - Night:

The brightest blue star in the Lyra constellation (known as the Harp). Vega is also the 5th brightest of all the stars in our night sky.
Vega is almost directly overhead in mid-northern latitudes on mid-summer nights.
#A more sophisticated frame
NIGHT Lens to be worn 2-3 hours before bed time to optimize sleep.

These frames are some of the lightest on the market, coming in at only 28g.